Russian Thinkers on Anthropological Meaning of Privacy
The problem of the property and the attitude to it through the analysis of experience of formation and development of philosophy of the property in a domestic heritage is considered in article. The property is considered as a human right which has anthropological sense.
About the key concepts of analytical psychology by Carl Gustav Jung
In the Article, the principal subjects, ideas and concepts of the teaching of Swiss thinker Carl Gustav Jung are discussed upon. The coherence of the scientist with the rationalistic tradition (A. Schopenhauer, S. Freud) is analyzed; the link of his theory with the attitudes of the йpoque is disclosed. The most attention is paid to consideration and analysis of the key concepts of the teaching of C. G. Jung. They include: archetype, subconsciousness, collective subconsciousness, ego, mask, shadow, anima, animus, complexes, and individualization. One of the problems discussed upon in the Article is the process of individualization described by Jung where interaction of all above-mentioned psychical components takes place. The theory of the thinker is presented as a consecutive anthroposophistical system; however, a critical attitude towards certain illusory explications by Jung was not avoided as well.
V.I. Vernadsky and his Noospheric Consciousness
The main part of V.I. Vernadsky’s legacy is devoted to philosophical problems. In his mind, philosophy can predetermine new spheres of development of science and provide investigator’s outlook and methodological orientation of his research. The science is not a value as it is, but the means to provide a balance in the system “nature – society – human”.
The Text of the Revenge
The topic of the article is the problem of “re-signification” and “textual catharsis” according to the Lacanian psychoanalytical conceptions. The Lacanian notion of the impossibility of the signification of a female subject as a Woman is re-interpreted in view of the artificial construction of the subjective strategies. The above key concepts are illustrated by the example described in the play by Friedrich Durrenmatt “The Visit”.
The functions of music
The article deals with the functions of music concentrating on the effects of pieces of music on inanimate objects, living things and man. The perfecting function is considered to be the most important one.
To the question of the sense of the Russian history
The problem of the sense of the history may be understood in different modes, but the most fruitful, in author’s opinion, is the way of its solving through the realizing of the unity and integrity of the historical process. An integral view on the Russian history permits us to ascertain the sociocultural constants, which continually become apparent in it. By means of the analyze of these constants and exposure of the common things uniting the ideas of new Jerusalem, holy Russia, the third Rome, Russian pan-Slavism and Soviet communism, the general definition of the sense of the Russian history is proposed in this article.
The Intensity of death. The philosophical implications of macabre,s poetics
The article looks the influence a cultural phenomenon of macabre on the redefinition of Christian idea of person. The initial intuition of macabre as a hegemony of physical death in every part of alive caused a number of specific metaphysical consequences. First of all, the care of ritual adaptation of death was allocated as a basis of person. Also found at the period decline of macabre dependence of existential completeness on the actual communications with the deadmen led to Descartes,s creation cogito, that presented a new line of demarcation between evidence of life and dead.
V.N. Lukin, T.V. Musienko
Value Change as a Trend of Globalization
The Problem of Value Change in the context of globalization is investigated in this article. R. Inglehart and W. Baker’s Integrative Theory of Value Change is presented here as a variant of Modernization Theory Revision. Two main trajectories of Social development process connected with modernization are defined.
One trend is depicted as a gradual transit from traditional values towards modern values of rational choice, tolerance, trust, political participation and self-expression.
The second trajectory is that of the persistence of Traditional Values of Protestant, Catholic, Confucian and other systems of cultures constituting cultural zones on the regional and global levels.
D .A. Makarovsky
Management and manipulation: borders of identity and distinction
The author offers the new approach to understanding of a phenomenon of manipulation. Management and manipulation are considered through a prism of evolution of natural and artificial forms. As a result of use of this approach, there was an opportunity to understand a parity of management and a manipulation and on their place in humans history.
Metaphysics of association in psychoanalytic conception of S. Freuda
The article considers the phenomenon of association as a special mechanism of consciousness and its manifestations in Z. Freud's psychoanalytic concept. The basic ideas of psychoanalysis such, as "mental", "unconscious", "superseded" and others are analyzed from the point of view of the organization of associative communications. The main sense of the method of free associations which Z. Freud has worked up and used in his psychotherapeutic practice is revealed.
I.Y. Nikolaeva, O.N. Muhin, A.Y. Solomein
Psycho-Social and Cultural Symbol of Authority Mythologems:
Comparative-Historical Contex of their Occurence
This article analyses mythological and symbolic reflections of Authority characterizing European and Russian traditions. Comparative analysis is made with the use of Medieval and the carly period of Modern Age materials. Methodology of study is distinguished by its method of analysing of the effects of different levels of Sociocultural existence and thier interaction: from Psychological structures of Unconcions, that is through Habitus attitudes, till Ideological concept of the historical epochs investigated.
D. A. Olshansky
Symptom of Sociality in Freud’s Clinics (Dora’s Case)
Dora’s Case provided the first approach to phenomenon of transference in Freud’s clinical practice. Although, that analysis was not successful, it made Freud (1) to conceptualize transference as a fundamental mechanism of analytical techniques, (2) to find a symptom as a result of the relation to the other, i.e. social phenomenon and (3) to understand psychoanalysis as a social analysis.
About institutional activity of university in the context demand for social knowledge.
The article raises questions about the role of higher education in modern society, in the context demand for social knowledge. It also discusses the issues of what types of knowledge are produced by different higher educational practice; who and how influences the process of knowledge production: academy, market or State; how the relationships of these institutions recently changed.
The socially-philosophical analysis of process of socialization of youth as factor of development of the society
This paper is devoted to the process of the young people socialization considered in terms of end, purpose and the sense of this process. The analysis undertaken in the paper tries to discover socializing factors in the interrelated processes of socialization, identification and the process of individuality formation. The main attention is focused on the socialization of young people in Russian society.
The Space for the Enlightment Projects, or Fate Power for Europe (Meditation on Russia in German Philosophy of XIX-XX Centuries)
With its cultural and religious history Russia challenges to European philosophical style in XX-th century only. Up to the second part of XIX-th century philosophical reflection in Russia was a rarity. Therefore it is possple to note just several German thinkers who was interested in Russia. Among them were Leibniz, Herder, Buno Bauer, Marx, Nietzsche. Up to Marx all of them associated future of Europe with Russia and its cetrain imperial image. At the same time it is possible to mark the epochal borderline between Leibniz and Herder in XVII-th century, on the one hand, and Bauer and Nietzsche in XIX-th century, on the other. First of them, according to Enlightment project, saw Russian as a field for experiments and spreading of European thought and was making stake on the Enlighted absolutism. Contrary, for the thinkers of second part of XIX-th century Russia hold a power in European regime, Russia could both realize new projects and inspire with awe.